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Tag: Claremont property

Kirstenbosch Tree Canopy Walkway

A raised walkway has been built through Kirstenbosch‘s Arboretum which is nestled between the Protea Garden, the Dell, Mathews Rockery and the Concert Lawn. The walkway was inspired by a

Marlborough Park

GARDEN VIEWS:  One bedroom apartment in Marlborough Park, Claremont. This complex boasts beautiful gardens, a communal pool, laundry and braai facilities. Click on link to view more information on this Claremont

The Quadrant Market

The Quadrant Market in Claremont is an outdoor market offering fresh fruit and veggies, boutique wine, gourmet food, seasonal items, arts and craft and designer clothing.  Venue: Library Square at

Have your say in the City Parks Development and Tree Policy

The Chairperson of Subcouncil 20 invites you to attend a meeting at which the Draft City Parks Development and Tree Policy of the city will by discussed by the City

Claremont expecting a nursery

Claremont residents and some members of Harfield Village believe that the application for the proposed consent for the development for a nursery and a daytime coffee shop will be an asset

Celebrating 20 years of Democracy!

Wishing Claremont and Newlands homes and houses a wonderful Freedom Day. 

Inside the Arderne Gardens

Discover the Arderne Gardens in Claremont on the 3rd of May from 10:00am. An experienced tour guide will take you through the gardens and introduce you to the largest and

Happy Easter

Wishing all Claremont and Newlands residents a wonderful Easter!  Thinking of getting the family out of the house or apartment over Easter weekend? Follow this security check list for your

Road Closures for Two Oceans Marathon

The following roads will be closed in Claremont and Newlands on the 19 April 2014: M3 Southbound between Princess Anne Road to Ladies Mile (Southbound carriageway only) from 05:30am – 08:00am

Botsoc Kirstenbosch plant fair

Kirstenbosch is hosting it's 39th annual Plant Fair this weekend, 12 – 13 April 2014. The focus this year will be making urban gardens bee and chameleon friendly by growing